Atmakur bypoll: By-election campaign ends in Atmakur..Polling from 7 am onwards .. Competition among them ..

The by-election campaign for the Nellore district Atmakur assembly seat ended on Tuesday evening with the sudden death of the late Andhra Pradesh Minister Mekapati Gautam Reddy. By-election campaign ends in Atmakuru, Nellore district. Polling will be held from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. With the death of Mekapati Gautam Reddy, a by-election is being held there. A total of 14 candidates, including YCP and BJP candidates, are in the fray. The counting will begin at 8 a.m. Sunday, the 26th. In the 2019 elections, 83.38 per cent polling took place in Atmakur. By-election so it became interesting how much polling will take place this time.

Atmakuru constituency, which has six zones, has a total electorate of two lakh 13 thousand 338. There are more female voters than men. The number of female voters is 7,367 while the number of male voters is 05,960. This time 278 polling stations were set up. Of these, 122 were problem areas. By-election polling will take place on the 23rd of this month. With this the mics in the constituency became silent. Officials focused on the polling on the 23rd. To this end, Harendriya Prasad, Returning Officer, Andhra Engineering College, oversaw the distribution arrangements of EVMs. More than 1,300 staff will be involved in election duties. 279 polling booths will be set up by the authorities. Authorities identified 123 problematic polling stations. Surveillance was set up on the polling process through webcasting from 123 stations. A total of 377 EVMs were prepared for the election. Three-tier security was set up.

It is learned that AP Chief Electoral Officer Mukesh Kumar Meena has already warned that action will be taken against the parties violating the rules as per the election rules. It was revealed that special arrangements have been made for the elderly and the disabled in the 279 polling stations set up across the constituency. He called for the polls to be monitored through webcasting and for voters to cast their ballots without fear. He suggested that irregularities could be reported through the Sea Whistle app.

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